Canon PIXMA TS6320 Driver Download
Canon PIXMA TS6320 Printer– The Canon Pixma TS series has three new products on the market to meet a wide range of consumer needs. The main difference between these three printers is the issue of individual functions. For example, the TS 6320 is only one of three that does not have memory card support. Another way of differentiating is how each ink is processed. There are hidden factors that go to prices when improving quality and functionality, but you need to be careful to maximize the cost-benefit ratio of purchasing a printer.
These three printers may seem like a standard scale for basic users for intense users side by side, but model numbers and price points can’t fool you. When you buy a printer, you do so because you print frequently enough to make an investment. Wandering into the Canon field means that black and white laser printers are interested in realistic explosions of photos of high quality color prints as well as basic black and white text documents that can better provide.
The TS 6320 uses five individual cartridges, while the TS 8320 uses a total of six ink cartridges. It’s easier to think less is better because you have to buy fewer cartridges as numbers, but this is a trap. The TS 6320 uses five cartridges numbered CLI-280-281, while the TS 8320 uses the same cartridge, but adds a CLI-281 PB. Here PB means photo blue and is especially used for photo printing. In other words, outside of photo printing, both printers use the same type of ink that is equally efficient with the same values per print.
For those who want an extra bit of quality in their photo printing, the CLI-281 PB ink does make quite a difference. When combined with Canon photo paper, you can take high-quality, long-lasting photos using Canon’s ChromaLife100 system.
This is the largest nozzle of these three prints, but the resolution of the TS 6320 actually matches the TS 8320 to 4800 x 1200 dpi, with 3072 color nozzles and 1024 black nozzles totaling 4096. The additional nozzles of the TS 8320 are useful for photo printing with Photo Blue ink, but the standard quality between the two is not found at all, considering the matching resolution.
The speed always depends on what you print. Obviously black and white printing is printed faster than color or photo printing. If you have a 4×6 inch photo from the TS 8320, you can print it for about 17 seconds with photos without borders. The same photo size of the TS 6320 takes about 21 seconds, so for higher models, there is a distinct speed advantage.
Scan and copy
There are some differences in the search function. In all three, you can get 2-on-1 copying, auto-exposure copy, document copying, page snapping, photocopying, zooming/zooming (25% to 400%), standard copy and duplex copy, but only on TS 8320 4-on-1 copy, disc label copy, photo reprint, preset copy restoration.
- Windows 10, Win 8.1, Win 7, Win XP x32
- Windows 10, Win 8.1, Win 7, Win XP x64
- Mac Os X 32bit and 64bit
- Os X 32bit and 64bit
- Linux 32bit and 64bit
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